Wind Turbine Mechanical Design Engineer

Location Japan
Salary ¥5000000.00 - ¥9000000.00 per annum
Job type Permanent
Sector Onshore Wind
Reference BBBH27469_1720518485

To achieve company's vision of revolutionizing wind power generation and providing safe, reliable energy worldwide, we invite you to join the team. You will lead the design, evaluation testing, and development of a distinctive Japanese wind turbine from concept to product maturity.

You will oversee the mechanical structure design of a 100kW vertical axis Magnus wind turbine, translating conceptual designs into tangible drawings.

Responsibilities:

- Designing structures and housings for wind turbine components
- Ensuring component strength meets requirements
- Planning, executing, and evaluating tests for wind turbine components
- Managing assembly and installation for prototypes and mass-produced machines
- Organizing real-world tests for prototypes and mass-produced machines
- Creating 3D CAD models and 2D drawings
- Participating in meetings with manufacturers and other stakeholders

Essential Skills:

- Experience in project design, encompassing specification review, mechanism and housing design,prototyping, evaluation, and launching mass production.

- Proficient in CAD design and analysis, with practical application experience.

- Business-level proficiency or higher in Japanese language.

Desirable Skills:

- Familiarity with wind power generator-related standards.

- Practical experience in designing, testing, and evaluating machinery/industrial equipment, including plant equipment, production lines, and transport systems.

- Proficiency in structural design involving drive mechanisms, heat transfer, fluid dynamics, measurement techniques, and machine safety.

- Experience in designing large machinery, particularly rotating mechanisms.
- Licensed or certified engineer with relevant qualifications.

ersg are an equal opportunities employer; we are committed to promoting equality of opportunity for all job applicants. We do not discriminate against applicants on the basis of age, sex, race, disability, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender reassignment or religious background; all decisions are based on merit.